Cleaning up the mean streets of the internet - because somebody's gotta do it. From the cyberpunk hellscape of Neo-Chicago, Officer Kevin and Officer Grant monitor the world wide web so you don't have to. Leave us a voicemail to play on the show: 312-788-7361 or send an audio file to email@example.com The Thought Cops have deputized a number of your favorite thought leaders, content creators, comedians, online personalities, and more, in their effort to clean up the internet once and for all.
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When imposter is sus, we have on the creator of Among Us Girl herself, Mimiyori, on this week's Thought Cops! Make sure to follow her on Twitter, Instagram, Youtube, and everywhere else Amogus is. Whatever that means. more
We get real, we get weird, and we get sick. This week we're joined this week by Doejenggles of the podcast Real Weird Sickos and Doejenggles: the YouTube channel! more
Here to drink PBR and eat ass and we're all out of PBR, R.L. Cruz of the American Nerds podcast joins us this week for a fresh and clean episode of Thought Cops. more
Thought Cops is about the best show I’ve found that is “topical” in a way that doesn’t instantly date itself, which is probably because it’s a comedy podcast, but it’s also very thoughtful. It does a good job of pulling insights from the baffling/silly/absurd news stories it talks about. Also, the stories are usually so absurd/flash-in-the-pan that listening to older episodes just further exacerbates the weird flash-in-the-pan “news” culture we live in, since these days a week goes by and anythi... more
Good show with funny hosts. However, Leo the Incredible and Discord news are probably the worst segments. I have to skip them every week.
Join Kevin and Grant as they take on the most annoying, toxic, cringy, and otherwise problematic characters and content from the internet. The problem I have with a lot of podcasts is they don’t have a clear and properly sized scope. Not the case with Thought Cops. If you’ve ever ranted about something ppl are doing on facebook or twitter, these guys have probably talked about it. Give em a listen. Speaking of listen, can’t wait to listen to you guys read my 5 star review
Sometimes when I am just Vibing in my car, I hear sirens and then Kevin goes WWWWWWWELCOME TO THOUGHT COPS and it scares me awake, but there are no real police, so I fall comfortably back to sleep to the soothing sounds of Grant’s descent into insanity.
They say not all heroes wear capes... and saying that is exactly the kind of thought crime that Officers Kevin and Grant are here to punish. Our intrepid heroes take down the web's most unsavory characters and deputize new friends along the way in a neverending effort to clean up the tweets, the grams and the internet as a whole.
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Thought Cops launched 5 years ago and published 248 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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